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I remember Charles coming into the Athens Co. jail when his wife Berniece was the cook. Really liked him. Great guy to talk to and a real fine example of a Christian, as was his wife. God bless the family.g
In my memories of growing up in Mineral and New Marshfield, I can remember Brother Charles smiling down at me as he shook my hand and asking me if I had been good while he was away and I would shake my head no and smile at him as he patted me on my head. He is one of my old memories I have always cherished and He is I am sure one of the reasons I still know God to this day. He was always smiling and in his soft words teaching us to be good. I can still to this day see him standing on the steps at the Mineral Holiness church Smiling down at me whenever I get a chance to go home these days! See you some day again my Brother at those pearly gates you taught me so much about!
I am so sorry for your loss. He was a great man, who always brought a smile to my face. He was also a wonderful story teller. You all will be in my prayers.
Our sympathies on the loss of Charles. He was a great man. I enjoyed his preaching at Clarks Chapel. He will be greatly missed. Take solice in knowing he is now with God and beyond earthly cares. --Allison Batchelor, Tom Baker and sons.